On Fri, Nov 04, 2005 at 03:16:27PM -0500, Michael Porcaro wrote:
> Please bear with me here and thank you for your patience. I looked at
> your link and searched around. By searching, I assume that swish-e can
> spider databases, I wasn't really sure about this before. I came across
> this document. Is this the right thing to read, in order to figure out
> how to spider my dynamic pages?
Sorry, I was confused as I thought you wanted to index docs in a
database without using http. Which is it?
If you want to index stuff in a database then search for the MySQL.pl
file in the swish-e distribution.
> Also, I am confused as to where I should direct the config file to
> spider the dynamic links. Let's say I want to spider this particular
How does the spider, of anyone for that matter, if that's a static
file or a dynamically generated file?
> Piano-Music-f50.html is actually a php generated file with an html
> alias, but I don't know where to direct swish-e to spider this file.
I have no idea what an html alias is in that context, but you point
the spider to the same place you would point anyone else. To its url.
> When I spider the files under /home/yc/www/forum (my local site for
> www.youngcomposers.com), all it does is spider the files that run the
> forum, not the actual content dynamic pages, such as
> "Piano-Music-f50.html" or equivalently
The term "spider" implies you are spidering your web site, most likely
with the oddly named program "spider.pl". That would be spidering
like google does -- by accessing your documents via the web.
Please go back and look at the docs again.
> So I guess my basic question would be, what is the address of my dynamic
> files? A very poor guess is, my database files are located here:
> But is this the address to spider? Or do I spider /home/yc/www/forum
Maybe better is someone else answers that one.
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Received on Fri Nov 4 12:28:11 2005